Depreciation assumptions for capital items used by the project.

P. M. Shaw, Alexandra ; Tirados, Inaki ; T. N. Mangwiro, Clement ; Esterhuizen, Johan ; J. Lehane, Michael ; J. Torr, Stephen ; Kovacic, Vanja (2015)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0003624.t002
  • Subject: Biological Sciences | cost recording | arua district | control glossina fuscipes fuscipes | office support | hat foci | tsetse control techniques | denser vegetation | sensitivity analyses | research components | tsetse control methods | tsetse surveys | usd 55.7 | component activities | target maintenance | ugandan vector control services | field costs | hat vector control projects | target deployment | tsetse populations | costs need | cost levels | usd 85.4 | gambiense sleeping sickness | unit cost | 250 km 2 field trial | uganda introductionto | cost components | usd 29.7

<p><b>Note</b>: The Toyota pickup was bought second hand and at end of 3 years the potential resale value was estimated to be between $5,000 and $12,000. No resale value was assumed for the other items. Note that figures are converted from other currencies and rounded. Items costing under USD 50 were not itemised separately, but are included in the activity cost summaries as appropriate. Four high specification laptops were purchased, the cost given here is an average. GPS units were shared across activities and also used for the ‘old’ target area. The estimated share of depreciation was based on 100 days use per annum.</p><p>Depreciation assumptions for capital items used by the project.</p>
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